Check this awesome dubplate by my dude RONNY TRETTMANN.
here’s the video of my gig at the Battersea Power Station in London. I had an amazing time in the UK and it was so much fun to play for such a great crowd.
Shout out to the other artists who was killing it on this weekend: Benga, Keele of Bloc Party, Lexy & K-Paul, Panjabi MC, Oliver Koletzki, Bombay Boogie Soundsystem and all the others!
I hope i can come back to the Kingdom as soon as possible!
Can’t wait for this to happen: I will be playing my first time in the UK, first time in London and I’m very proud to be part of such a fantastic line up on a SOLD OUT festival. catch me playing at the almost headlining slot from 18.30 – 19.45, right before BENGA will destroy the place.
12.00-14.00 Junior G (Ministry of Sound, UK)
14.00-15.00 Bombay Boogie Soundsystem (India)
15.00-16.30 Stereo Express (Burlesque Musique)
16.30-17.10 K-Paul live (Stil Vor Talent, Germany)
17.10-18.30 Oliver Koletzki (Stil Vor Talent, Germany)
18.30-19.45 Eskei83 (Germany)
19.45-21.00 Benga (UK)
21.00-22.00 Bombay Boogie Soundsystem (India)
DATE: SUNDAY, August 11th 2013
(Event for August 10th:
TICKETS: SOLD OUT FOR THE 10th of AUGUST.
TICKETS FOR SUNDAY 11th of August still available at:
LOCATION: Battersea Power Station
A great festival deserves a great location. We´re more than happy to celebrate with you at this top spot near Battersea Park and directly at River Thames! Can´t wait!
(*subject to planning and licensing)
A continuation of the Holi Festival of Colours is a must, of course. That is why we are spreading the colourful message across Europe. Our hint for all fans: become a fan of the London facebook fanpage. So you don’t miss the start of the ticket sale – in Germany the tickets were sold out very quickly in 2012 and 2013.
Holi Festival Of Colours
What it´s all about..
The HOLI Festival takes place at the fullmoon day of the Phaluga month and belongs to the most famous celebrations in the northern parts of India. At this Hindu-Festival people celebrate the victory of the good over the bad and the beginning of the spring.
The special feature is that the people paint themselves with various colours and are throwing the colourful powder in the air to express the freedom and to color their everyday life. The most important thing is, that at this day all castes of the indian caste-system are banned and put out of force. That means that at these celebration days all people are equal!
At this point the idea of bringing that special festival to the whole world arises. As unfortunately there is a huge level of inequality in the world, people deserve a celebration where the everyday life steps back for a peaceful and harmonic being together. A pleasant and cheerful festival, which creates a sustainable feeling in the minds of the visitors and those who will read and hear about it. This Event has the power to directly promote and foster the precious goods of equality and tolerance and bring people together.